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I'm not really understanding the hate that some people are throwing at this movie. Especially all the snowflakes with the 'making fun of allergies' bit. Are you serious? Lighten up. I just saw this in the theater and I found myself laughing throughout it's entirety. Sure, it wasn't perfect but, I'd like to believe even the best movies in history have their flaws. The story itself is alright. Pretty simple and straight forward but, that's okay. At least there was a plot. Where the story fails, the humor redeems, in my opinion. I also appreciate the fact that this 'animal' movie didn't include all of gross bathroom humor jokes a lot of these kinds of movies have. The characters, I think, are great fun. Voice acting is great, as well as live action acting. Just and all-around fun movie. I get how some people are saying "This isn't a Peter Rabbit movie, it's just a bunch of characters with their names thrown into a cash-in flick". Sure, maybe in a way, it is. To me, if I'm entertained, I'm entertained. A fun movie is a fun movie, and that's that.
All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed it and would highly recommend it!
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